Universal Technical Institute - Dallas/Ft. Worth is a for-profit college located in Irving, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,090 undergraduate students. The Universal Technical Institute - Dallas/Ft. Worth acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Automotive Mechanics and Diesel Mechanics. Graduating 58% of students, Universal Technical Institute - Dallas/Ft. Worth alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $35,900.
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There are so many good things to tell. First the hands on learning we get in the class rooms/ shop. We don't just sit in class room listening to the teacher but we also get to go down to the shop room and do hands on, we actually get to work on cars and diagnose the problem. The only thing i would like to see changed is some of the tool boxes need replenishing and some of the lab equipment needs replacing . But over all it is a great place to learn about auto motive I know I've leaner a lot since I started.
I'm a freshman at UTI right now. So far, i like the shop for it's layout, learning experience, the step by step process, it's cleanliness and safety. I like the way the teachers get involved in showing and explaining the process of how all the components work together. I like how the book coincides with what is being taught and what I'm learning in the shop. There isn't anything besides the scheduling of how we are bounced around to different components, that I would change. I've only been here for a month and I'm really enjoying the experience and learning a variety of new things concerning automotives.
Great Campus, student instructor ratios are great, plenty of instructors to reach out to with questions, and student friendly environment.